Things We Saw Today: A Super-Realistic Pizza Night Light

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Steph Mantis, a Brooklyn-based designer, has crafted this pizza night light for those of you who want to dream of cheesy slices right before you drift off to sleep. You can get one of your own at Kikkerland. (via Laughing Squid)

  • What does Morgan Freeman think about the new Batman? “I’m happy for Ben [Affleck], but I don’t know how that’s gonna work.” Yeah, you and me both! (via io9)
  • There are so many misconceptions about Muslim women, mostly based in misinformation and ignorance. Here’s a video that’ll help to unpack some of that, titled “What Muslim Women Want You to Know.” (via Bustle)

  • Oscar winner Brie Larson has begun to speak out about the unfair treatment she experienced early on in her career: “I would go into auditions and a casting director would say, ‘It’s really great. Really love what you’re doing, but we’d love you to come back with a jean miniskirt and high heels.'” (via Pajiba)
  • Proof that nostalgia can conquer middling reviews: Fuller House just got renewed for Season 2. (via THR)
  • President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will be delivering keynotes at SXSW this year.
  • A British artist has created “the blackest material ever produced” and has managed to secure exclusive rights to use it, to the disappointment of the rest of the art world that wants in on it. It’s called “Vantablack,” it absorbs 99.96 percent of the light that hits it, and it looks like this (via Atlas Obscura):

vantablack

SpoooOOoooOOky.

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